Corrosion Guard

WGMC Corrosion Guard is a new technology to stop rust and corrosion from forming on your Iron, Carbon Steel, and Aluminum, Copper, Brass, and other metal surfaces!
The traditional methods of preventing rust and corrosion from forming on metal surfaces, has been to coat the metal with paint, varnish, or films of oil to prevent water from contacting the metal. However, over time, water can permeate these materials or enter through cuts and scratches, and as a result, metal surfaces become damaged.

WGMC Corrosion Guard is a light spray that stops rust and corrosion from forming on a metal surface. It accomplishes this by its ability to deposit a positive magnetic field to the surface of the metal. This positive magnetic field is then drawn to
covalent bond with the negative-valence that is radiated by the metallic ions of the metal. The light oil can then evaporate or be wiped off to leave a clean dry surface, but the positive magnetic field remains by being bonded to the negative-valence of the metallic surface. 
If water then comes into contact with the metal, the metallic-ions are no longer drawn into the water to form rust for their valent need is now satisfied by being against the positive magnetic field that was deposited to the metal by Corrosion Guard, and with no metallic-ion transfer there is no more rust and corrosion.
How does it work?

1. The corrosion process: When moisture is present for prolonged periods of time, corrosion "cells" are formed. These cells act as miniature power supplies that stimulate the transfer of electrons between the metal and moisture. 

2. WGMC Corrosion Guard penetrates surface corrosion: WGMC Corrosion Guard does not contain any wax, tar, asphalt, silicon or teflon. It penetrates the deepest corrosion cell, which lifts the electrolyte away from the metal surface.

3. Wax films retain water: Nearly all corrosion inhibitors contain sealants such as wax, tar, asphalt, silicon or teflon that cover the top of the corrosion cell. They seal moisture out but also seal the moisture in. They do not effectively dispel moisture, but simply cover the electrolyte, which actually encourages corrosion.

4. No water, no corrosion: Water is displaced from the corrosion cell and totally replaced with WGMC Corrosion Guard which acts as a liquid insulator, terminating the electrolytic process.